Anne Soblet was baptized ~ October 27, 1675, Sedan, Champagne, France.  She was the daughter of Abraham and Susanne (Brian) Soblet
The Soblet family fled France in 1686 in the wake of revived Huguenot persecution. Abraham Soblet, his wife Susanne, and sons, Abraham and Jacques Soblet sought refuge in Protestant Germany and later went to Holland and then to England. The Soblet set sail for American in 1700. Anne Soblet, her mother Susanne Soblet, and Anne's younger brothers, Pierre Louis and Littleberry Soblet arrived in Jamestown, Virginia in October 1700 on the ship Peter and Anthony. Her father and two older brothers, Abraham and Jacques Soblet had arrived earlier on the ship Mary and Ann on July 12, 1700. It was the first of four ships carrying Huguenot refugees. 
Anne was the third wife  of Dr. Pierre Chastain (who was also a Huguenot refugee, arriving with Anne's father in Virginia on the Mary and Ann). She was married Oct 1701 at Manakin Town, Henrico Co., VA. Their children were ...
1. Judith Chastain (m. 1st., Gille Ballew and 2nd., Thomas Walker)
2. Susanna Chastain (m. James Robinson)
3. Pierre Chastain (m. Mildred "Middy" Archer)
4. Mary Chastain
5. Elizabeth Chastain (m. David LeSueur, Jr.)
6. Rene Chastain (m. Mrs., Judith Martin Gevedon, m. 1st., Thomas
7. Janne Chastain
8. Marie/Mary Magdalene Chastain (m. Guillaume Salle)
Anne died 3 April 1723 in Henrico County, Virginia
Memorial Words from the Register of Deaths. "3 April 1723, died Anne Soblet, the [______]sieur Pierre Chastain, aged about ____ years was buried the fourth of the month."
↑ Dr. Pierre "Peter" Chastain's wives were:
1st., wife, Magdalene (DeRouchfoucauld) Chastain ~ married ca. 1679, Yverdon, Canton of Vaud, Switzerland. 2nd., wife, Susanne (Renaud/Reynaud) Chastain ~ married ca. 1690, Switzerland. 3rd., wife, Anne (Soblet) Chastain ~ married October 1701, Manakin Town, Henrico Co., VA. source: Pierre Chastain And His Descendants, First Five Generations in America (Vol. I). By the Pierre Chastain Family Association, 199
↑ Brock, R. A. Documents, chiefly unpublished, relating to the Huguenot emigration to Virginia and to the settlement at Manakin-Town, with an appendix of genealogies, presenting data of the Fontaine, Maury, Dupuy, Trabue, Marye, Chastain, Cocke, and other families. "Fragment of a Register of Deaths" p 110. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1962.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Anne by comparing test results with other
carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Anne:
Soblet-26 and Soblet-8 appear to represent the same person because: Soblet-26 is an obvious duplicate of Soblet-8, and should never have been created as recently as April 2016. The parents will likewise need to be merged, and all merges need to be done with the higher numbers merging into the lowest numbers, per WikiTree guidelines. Please exercise caution when creating of adding 'new' profiles. Dealing with obvious duplication such as these takes productive time and energy away from others. Thank you.